In my last article I wrote about betrayal blindness and how, under extreme trauma, a person can actually forget abusive episodes. Rather than an abnormal reaction indicating a person is inherently flawed and perhaps even crazy, betrayal blindness is a psychological defense mechanism that prevents an individual from drowning in trauma overload. It’s the way our brains protect us from further suffering, or the threat of losing someone important in our lives.
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